An NHS laboratory in Sheffield has admitted it failed to properly carry out blood tests on pregnant women.
More than 50 women had to be re-tested for sexually transmitted infections (STI) when infections were not picked up by the laboratory in Sheffield.
Six women from Sheffield were re-tested and a smaller number from Rotherham.
An investigation revealed the mistake after a pregnant woman tested positive for HIV at a clinic at Hallamshire Hospital in 2006.
Shame on 'Britain's finest police force' and Operation Grange, for spending millions of pounds on this farce and even greater shame for allowing innocent young children to be hounded and have their photographs in the world's media. - *How many 'sightings' of Madeleine McCann have there been?* *Potential sightings of the British three-year old total 8,685 across 101 countries and terri...
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